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Arkansas Catholics respond to Pope's resignation
Arkansas Catholics say they're surprised to hear that Pope Benedict will resign. It's been nearly 600 years since a Pope stepped down from leadership.
Father Charles Ryan woke Monday morning to hear Pope Benedict announced his resignation.
"It's something unusual in the history of the church. We haven't seen it for almost 600 years, since the time of Gregory the 12th," said Ryan, who leads the St. John the Baptist Latin Mass in North Little Rock.
GOP congressman invites Ted Nugent to Obama speech
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Republican congressman says he's invited rocker Ted Nugent, who has referred to President Barack Obama's administration as "evil, America-hating," to the State of the Union address.
Rep. Steve Stockman of Texas said Monday on his website that Nugent will be his guest for the president's speech Tuesday night. Stockman has talked of impeaching Obama over his gun control proposals.
In a speech to the National Rifle Association during the 2012 campaign, Nugent said that if Obama were re-elected, the longtime gun-control opponent would either be "dead or in jail."
Nugent's remarks led to meetings with representatives of the Secret Service.
Marine who lost both legs in Afghanistan getting new home
An Arkansas Marine who lost both legs in Afghanistan is getting a new home. Sergeant Marshall Kennedy has undergone 35 surgeries since he was injured in 2011.
"It's a great feeling, especially for this, just to make it better for us to have this very nice house, and that's the thing, too. They're gonna make sure it's going to be a well built home and it's going to stand the test of time," Sgt. Kennedy said.
Sergeant Kennedy got the home as part of Homes for our Troops, a non-profit organization that builds houses for wounded veterans who have given and continue to give so much to this country.
The home is expected to be built by July.